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'The River' runs green -- and it's not alone

WXRV operations manager Ron Bowen stands beside the new solar panels on the station's roof. The panels provide roughly enough energy to power 'XRV's main studio. WXRV operations manager Ron Bowen stands beside the new solar panels on the station's roof. The panels provide roughly enough energy to power 'XRV's main studio.
By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / August 24, 2007

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Local radio is going green. "The River," WXRV-FM (92.5), took the first step on July 31. That's when the Haverhill-based station switched on its 20 rooftop solar panels, which are now providing roughly enough energy to power the station's main studio. And they're not alone. WGBH-FM (89.7) has not yet installed its solar panels, some of which were hoisted onto ... (Full article: 561 words)

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